Continuously Monitor Business Activities for Suspicious Transactions


Transform your rapidly growing data into opportunities through insight

•    Discover patterns in enterprise data and use this insight to improve bottom line
•    Reduce cash leakage, post-audit recovery costs and improve revenue recognition
•    Safeguard integrity of financial statements and reduce cost of internal and external audits     

oatpicFulcrumWay Business OAT Analytics™ delivers actionable information to business managers leveraging the existing reporting infrastructure such as Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE), IBM Cognos, SAP Business Objects, etc. You can discover patterns in enterprise data, and use this insight to improve the bottom line, significantly reduce cash leakage and post-audit recovery costs, improve revenue recognition timing, safeguard integrity of financial statements, reduce cost of internal and external audits, increase visibility into controls environment and mitigate exposure to fraud. Businesses can achieve a rapid return on investment because the analytics for various business application objects and processes across the organization can be rapidly organized to define semantic terms to create a unified vision. The semantics for business systems are built using Protégé, a free open source ontology editor and knowledge acquisition system developed at Stanford University.

Using the traditional reporting tools to look for unusual patterns in large data sets is like finding a needle in haystack. Try this product, if you are seeking new ways to transform the rapidly growing data into insight that mitigates risks and unlocks new opportunities. Our clients tell us that the problem is not the resources, the personnel, or the data. It is that many organizations simply don’t have the advanced analytics required to arrange the data, identify suspicious patterns and weaknesses; at least not fast enough. There is too much data, and not enough analytics!
We enable Business Analysts, IT Managers and Internal Auditors:

•    Assess business process risks based on ERP configuration controls
•    Detect violations of IT change management governance policies
•    Mitigate risks of inaccurate, inconsistent and untimely configuration management